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    Quote Originally Posted by padge View Post
    Most of the time, if they have to buy your business, itís not worth it.


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    I agree, and we didnít go.


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    Quote Originally Posted by larry_arizona View Post
    I agree, and we didnít go.


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    Supra would be my choice


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    Quote Originally Posted by trayson View Post
    Basically at rest, the engine on a fully ballasted boat is so low that the exhaust risers are below the water line and when the engine's not running, the water can go from the exhaust outlet up and over the risers and into the block.
    Thanks! I do recall reading that on their forum.


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    Quote Originally Posted by larry_arizona View Post
    In all fairness, the Fi is an entry level boat for Centurion and the Ri is high end.
    The entry level moniker is misleading with regard to price. Easily over 100 in a heartbeat on the 23 and the 25 at Polar Bear apparently had an MSRP of 180??!!

    They will tell you itís an ala carte boat where you can choose the options you want. Trouble is choosing any of them makes it expensive.


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    Quote Originally Posted by dakota4ce View Post
    The entry level moniker is misleading with regard to price. Easily over 100 in a heartbeat on the 23 and the 25 at Polar Bear apparently had an MSRP of 180??!!

    They will tell you itís an ala carte boat where you can choose the options you want. Trouble is choosing any of them makes it expensive.


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    I saw that. 180 is Supra se territory


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    Quote Originally Posted by trayson View Post
    My understanding is that because the hull is SOOO deep and there's limitations on driveline angle, that the engine sits REALLY low comparted to the waterline when the boat is slammed. If you look into the engine compartment, you'll see how low the engine is relative to what we're more used to seeing on wake boats.

    The "solutions" are fairly straightforward but they're work arounds for sure. 1) If you're going to shut off the engine, empty the ram-fill ballast first. 2) leave the engine running while the boat is slammed.

    Basically at rest, the engine on a fully ballasted boat is so low that the exhaust risers are below the water line and when the engine's not running, the water can go from the exhaust outlet up and over the risers and into the block. Yes, it has a flapper, but that doesn't seal watertight so it could slow the backflow but not eliminate it.
    Wow interesting. Makes me like the factory surf pipe with the tall bend design. I assume thatís by design to keep water flowing one way only.


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    180k for an Fi25??

    What does an Ri237 MSRP for? $200+?


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    This one is used and 4 sale locally...

    https://www.onlyinboards.com/Pro-Ath...xas-89694.aspx

    This one is yellow, which is not helping it sell...I would assume.

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    https://www.onlyinboards.com/2019-Ce...uri-89298.aspx

    Damn, over $200k MSRP

    Doesnít even have the LSA supercharged engine option.

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    those prices are INSANE for a centurion.
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